Venezuela’s best chef to open a new restaurant in Miami
Venezuelan chef Carlos García, whose world-renowned fine dining restaurant, Alto, is two blocks from the heart of the demonstrations in Caracas, will soon open his second restaurant, Obra, in Brickell.
Butter lambs are a tradition for religious feasts, representing Jesus for Christians at Easter or the Paschal Lamb for Jews at Passover. And they are also pretty cute. Janet Piechowski of the Lexington Herald-Leader learned this simple technique f
Renato Viola gained entry into the United States under a O-1 visa for temporary workers, as an "individual who possesses extraordinary ability." His skill? He was an award-winning pizza chef in Italy. He opened Mister O1 Extraordinary Pizza on Mia
Andy and Jessica Herrera, owners of Breadman Miami Bakery in Hialeah, call the Croqueta Cake 'a marvel of engineering.' The cake took pastry chef Maikel Rodriguez a little practice before getting the design just right, but with steady hands and pl
Harry and Michelle Coleman have followed in the family tradition by opening a bakery, but theirs is different than Harry's father's traditional Venezuelan bakery on Miami Beach. Empanada Harry's, in West Kendall, is focused solely on making differ
Chef Massimo Bottura, left, eats a Cuban pastry filled with guayaba during an interview with Miami Herald's Carlos Frias, right, at the 1 Hotel South Beach on Tuesday, Jan. 23, 2018. Bottura is an Italian world renowned chef and was featured in th
How much turkey will you eat and money will you spend this Thanksgiving? Here are some predicted stats to reassure you that most Americans enjoy a big feast, Thanksgiving football and Black Friday shopping.
St. Simon's Episcopal church was going broke. It's a tiny squat building on 4 acres of land in south Miami-Dade County, with a tiny congregation. That's when a new member of the congregation, Moses Kashem, came up with an idea. A young farmer, he
Miami Herald reporter Carlos Frias sits down with photographer Jake Katel to talk about coffee. Jake Katel set out to tell the story of Miami's love affair with Cuban coffee by photographing all the "ventanitas" on Calle Ocho, from the beach to th